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An enchanting and very beautiful antique Edwardian hallmarked rose gold and almandine garnet pendant and a hallmarked rose gold sixteen inch necklace. The openwork frame is shaped like a flower. The middle and the outer edges are adorned with gilt floral motifs interspersed with almandine garnets. This piece is in superb condition. All sound and ready to wear.
All jewellery orders are presented in velvet clad jewellery cases, with luxury gift boxes and gift tags.
Rose Gold. Garnet.
Pendant Stamped 9 Ct.
Necklace 375 Stamp For 9ct Gold
Pendant Height 3 cm. Pendant Width 2.3 cm.
Necklace 40 cm (16 Inches).
Combined Weight: 2.1 grams.
Rare Antique Gifts has clarified that the Antique Hallmarked Gold Almandine Garnet Pedant With Necklace (LA326643) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1901 - 1909